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Relaxing Vacation Spots in the U.S.A.

A lot of the time when we travel it is to see new and exciting sights, have some adventure, take in thrill rides, ski, do some water sports or go on interesting tours. Planning, itineraries and keeping on CapeCod-PremierTimeshareResaleBlogschedule can sometimes make these types of vacations a little stressful. But there are many relaxing vacation spots to wash your worries away right here in the United States.

Martha’s Vineyard, an island just south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a well-known getaway for the rich and famous. The island is very laid back, and you can find sandy beaches and secluded trails to walk and unwind. Though much of the island is expensive and a bit higher end, there are still smaller villages that focus on marine trade that are a bit more down to Earth. Sit back, sip on some wine and enjoy the east coast relaxation.
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The red rocks of Sedona, Arizona have been described by many as soothing. The landscape has been a favorite of artists for years, and Sedona has served as the backdrop for several motion pictures. There are more than 100 hiking trails in the area, as well as several spas that offer all kinds of relaxing wraps and treatments. Or settle in to enjoy the views with a latte from one of several coffeehouses in Sedona.

Everyone knows Hawaii is a relaxing destination, and Kauai-PremierTimeshareResaleBlogthe island of Kauai might win the title for best laid-back atmosphere. With upscale dining choices and pristine beaches this might be the perfect place to unwind. Known as the “Garden Isle” much of Kauai’s pristine beauty is inaccessible by automobile, so pack your hiking boots and discover what peaceful really means!

Buying a timeshare resale is a great way to keep coming back to one of these relaxing destinations while saving money. Premier Timeshare Resale with RE/MAX and our knowledgeable licensed agents can answer any questions you have and take the stress out of finding your perfect vacation destination, contact us today!

Written by Shawn Romanick


Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas – Take a Bite out of Maui

Beautiful Ocean Views when staying at Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort VillasLocated in northern Maui, Hawaii, there is no shortage of fun and relaxing activities to enjoy if you plan on buying a Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas timeshare. Westin Ka’anapali’s comfortable two bedroom villas (made up of connected one bedroom and studio villas) sleep eight and offer a full kitchen, washer and dryer and WiFi. This luxurious resort has all the things an island paradise has to offer, including six outdoor pools and a beautiful oceanfront location. But let’s face it, we all have to eat, and there’s plenty to choose from, Asian, American, traditional local Polynesian and steak houses. Maui really has it all, so here are some suggestions.

Family owned since 1973, Mama’s Fish House serves up fantastic seafood, caught by local fisherman. Not only is all their fish caught and processed within 24 hours, the daily menu lists where the fish were caught and the names of the fisherman who caught them! Try the Tahitian Ceviche with fresh lime and coconut, or Mahimahi stuffed with Lobster and Crab Baked in a Macadamia Nut Crust.

Enjoy amazing seafood on Maui when staying at Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort VillasAt the heart of Lahaina Town on the west side of Maui you can find Lahaina Grill. Opening in 1990 as a small 55 seat bistro, Lahaina Grill has since become a culinary destination, and now seats 130, including a chef’s table that seats parties of 6 – 10 for a semi private experience, the full menu bar also seats 16. Known for its New American style of cuisine, signature menu items include Sesame Seed Crusted Seared Ahi with Vanilla Bean Jasmine, Apple Cider – Soy Butter Vinaigrette. They have been an award winner in Honolulu Magazine’s Hale ‘Aina’s Best Restaurants ranking for 25 years in a row: 1994-2018!

If you have ever seen any of the Iron Chef series then the next restaurant will come as no surprise. Morimoto Maui, opened by acclaimed Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, uses locally sourced fresh ingredients to bring together an amazing American – Asian influenced cuisine. Fresh hand rolled sushi and sashimi Snorkeling and more available at Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villasare made daily and locally inspired cocktails made with fresh in season fruits are all accentuated by a spectacular ocean view. Be sure to try the Snapper with Thai Curry, Mussels, and Pohole Ferns!

With so much to do, explore and taste, buying a Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort timeshare will keep you coming back to new experiences year after year. The licensed agents at Premier Timeshare Resale with RE/MAX Associates can help put you in the Maui timeshare of your dreams. Contact us and let us get you on your way to island bliss!

Written by Blog Author: Shawn Romanick


Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club: Minutes from Kauai’s Historic Plantations

Waiohai Beach Club Kauai HawaiiKauai, Hawaii is known for its golf, beauty, surfing, and fun in the son. Hawaii has a rich history as well, and Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club is just minutes away from some of the island’s historic plantations. So while you visit, it is well worth it to leave your beautiful 2 bedroom villa or guest room and take in some local history.
The legendary Kilohana Plantation Estate, just about twelve miles from the resort, opened its doors to the public 25 years ago, and is a must see for anyone staying in Kauai. Centered on the sugar industry, the mansion at Kilohana was built in 1935 at the behest of Gaylord Parke Wilcox, head of Grove Farm sugar plantation. It was severely damaged by Hurricane Iwa in 1983, but has since been fully restored. It was added to the National Record of Historic Places in 1974, and named a State of Hawaii Historic Landmark in 1993. It is home to antiques, art, fine architecture as well as shops, dining and a gallery.
On Tuesday and Friday evenings, the plantation hosts an amazing theatrical Luau. The luau tells the story of the original Tahitian voyage to Hawaii through music and song. Everything is authentic, down to the hand made instruments. Authentic Polynesian cuisine and dessert is served, as well as traditional island cocktails!
Waiohai Beach Club Kauai NatureSeven days a week the Kilohana Plantation provides train tours of the 105 acre grounds, as well as a nature walk, orchard adventure, an animal feed stop where you can feed wild goats, pigs and sheep. You will have a lunch prepared with some pineapples picked freshly by you, and you can sample all of the in season fruits on the orchard adventure!
Also worth noting, the plantation is home to the Koloa Rum Company, with daily tours and tastings, or if you just want to sit and sip on a drink, stop by the Mahiko Lounge. Visiting the Kilohana Plantation will be an all day excursion to take everything in, and it is well worth the time.
Waiohai Beach Club Kauai OceanBeach fun, marine life, amazing dining, and local history are just a few great reasons to buy a Marriott’s Waiohai Beach Club timeshare resale. Premier Timeshare Resale can help put you in the vacation ownership that is perfect for your needs. Contact us and our licensed RE/MAX agents to get started today!

Written by Shawn Romanick, Web Author

Stay At The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North and Hike Maui

Maui-black sandSituated on the western shore of beautiful Maui, Hawaii, The Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North is a luxurious resort with studio, one bedroom and two bedroom villas. The resort is home to many first-class amenities, including three pools, Ka’anapali beach access, a spa, kids club, tennis courts and so much more. The resort also offers many sightseeing options like helicopter tours, air conditioned coach tours, and parasailing tours to name a few. To me, the most intimate way to see the beauty of any local wilderness and wildlife is a good hike, so let’s take a look at how we can explore the island on foot. It’s time to lace up those hiking boots!
The Makahiku Falls hike in the Oheo Gulch, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools hike, is about one mile each way, and is the shorter hike. The Seven Sacred Pools hike begins in a rain forest in the Eastern Maui Mountain valleys, and goes all the way down to sea level. A great hike for novice to advanced hikers, just be careful on muddy trails and slippery rocks, as the waterfalls can make things a bit slick.
Maui Coastline‘Iao Valley State Park, located in Central Maui, is a perfect day hike. It is the site of a historic 1790 battle in which King Kamehameha conquered Maui’s warriors in the Battle of Kepaniwa in pursuit of uniting the islands. The park is known for its relatively easy going hikes, swimming holes, waterfalls and picnic areas. Parking is five dollars and a one dollar donation for entry.
For the more hardcore and experienced hiker, check out the Kauopo Gap Trail at the Haleakala Crater. This 8.3 mile trail provides two options, in or out of the gap, The “out of the gap” option is more popular, with hikers starting at the Paliku Cabin at the Kaleakala National Park. Travel downhill through dry brushlands, native forests, and ancient lava formations. At 3,800 feet you pass through the parks boundaries through the Kauopo Ranch and finally to the coast. During your descent the Pacific is always below you offering breathtaking views.
Maui Sunset Maui has so many hiking options, buying a Westin Ka’anapali Ocean Resort Villas North timeshare resale is a great way to explore Maui every year. Premier Timeshare Resale can help you save thousands when looking to buy resale. Contact our licensed agents and let us get you on the trails today!

Marriott Vacation Club Plans to Expand in Three Key Markets

Marriott owners and fans: rejoice! Marriott Vacation Club plans to expand in three key markets. First, the company indicated that they have acquired a property in South Beach, Florida. This was a long anticipated move by Marriott. Second, Marriott Vacation Club has taken over the management of a property in New York City. Third, Marriott announced plans to expand their existing resort: Marriott’s Ko’Olina Beach Club in Oahu.

Image courtesy of Marriott.com

Image courtesy of Marriott.com


In 2015, Marriott said that they planned to acquire a 182-unit property in South Beach, Florida. Recently, Marriott indicated that this sale would not be proceeding. Instead, Marriott purchased The Edgewater Hotel in South Beach, Miami, Florida. The Edgewater was built in 1936 and offers 49 studios and suites. These units are available for booking through the Marriott Vacation Club Destinations Exchange Program as well as through Interval International. Now branded as Marriott Vacation Club, South Beach, the property is located on the 1400 block of Ocean Drive and offers a rich South Beach experience.
NY SkylineEarlier in 2016, Marriott announced an expansion in New York City with the management of The Strand Hotel. The Strand Hotel is located in Midtown Manhattan on 37th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Marriott plans to purchase the 176-unit hotel over time, beginning in 2018. It will be rebranded as a Marriott Vacation Club destination this month and is already available to existing owners to book through the Destinations Exchange Program.
Oahu SunriseMeanwhile in Hawaii, Marriott Vacations Worldwide says that they plan to add as many as 202 new timeshare units to their popular Marriott’s Ko’Olina Beach Club in Oahu. Currently Marriott’s Ko’Olina Beach Club has over 500 villas. Oahu is one of the most popular destinations in Hawaii and the Ko’Olina Beach Club has been a staple for families and couples alike.
Marriott’s Vacation Club Destinations points are an ideal way to explore these two new locations as well as existing Marriott locations, like Ko’Olina. Premier Timeshare Resale has licensed resale agents able to assist you in buying Marriott Vacation Club Destinations Points. Contact us today!

HOT SPOT: Aulani Disney Vacation Club Villas

This month’s HOT SPOT: Aulani Disney Vacation Club Villas at Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa is an ideal choice for families whose travel plans lead them to Hawaii. Located in Ko Olina on the island of Oahu, Aulani’s location is just about perfect. The Walt Disney Imagineers worked hard to create a Disney experience that also ties with local culture and history. The result? Being voted the top family hotel in the USA in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2014.
Oahu LagoonAulani Disney Vacation Club Villas offers 481 spacious villas with all the amenities of Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa. These amenities include a spa, fitness center, kids club, teen spa, pools, on-site restaurants, plus entertainment and cultural activities to appeal to every member of the family. Plus, you have access to Ko Olina Beach where you can enjoy swimming and snorkeling along with paddleboarding, kayaking and canoeing. In the mood to simply enjoy the soft sand and beautiful vistas of the Pacific ocean? Ko Olina offers that too. In fact, Ko Olina Beach was named one of the best beaches in the United States in TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travelers’ Choice Awards.

Snorkeling Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa is also home to the only man-made snorkeling lagoon on Oahu, called Rainbow Reef. This 3,800 square-foot reef has an observation deck along with a viewing window so you can enjoy seeing the thousands of tropical fish and stay completely dry. Or you can get wet and snorkel in a safe environment which is perfect for beginners, especially children. And remember, all of these amenities are delivered with signature Disney excellence and style as part of the Disney Vacation Club.
Disney MagicDisney Vacation Club turns 25 this year, first opening in 1991 with Disney’s Old Key West Resort. It has grown into a network of 13 Disney Vacation Club resorts and a worldwide exchange program. Interested in learning more about an ownership in Disney Vacation Club? Our licensed timeshare agents have the information you need to make an informed choice, so contact us today!

Hawaii Timeshares Offer Endless Adventure

HA-airplaneAt the end of August, I’ll be on a plane to the beautiful island of Oahu. This won’t be my first time in paradise. I’ve been to Oahu twice, as well as Kauai, Maui and the Big Island (spoiled, I know). Normally, going to one place so many times would get boring, but Hawaii never does. Beyond the breath-taking views and crystal blue waters that everyone is sure to enjoy, there is a lot to do in Hawaii that keeps it interesting and makes each visit unique. Here is my list of a few things I’m excited to return to and some new things I’m excited to try.

HA-beach1. Of course, lying on the beach and listening to the soothing ocean sounds is my number one priority. While Utah’s landscape has a lot to offer, it is seriously lacking a sunny sea to escape to. My landlocked woes always melt away the instant I land in Hawaii, and I’m sure this trip will be no exception. I fully plan on getting my fix and then some during this vacation.

2. Paddle boarding. I’ll be visiting my aunt and uncle who live on Oahu during my trip and they have promised to show me the wonders of paddle boarding. I’ve heard mixed reviews on this oceanic sport. Some reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, while others have been less than impressed. My family swears by it, not only for fun, but for a fabulous workout. Although I’m a little afraid of water, I’m excited to jump in and try my sea legs on a paddleboard.

HA-seaturtle3. Sea turtles. Who wouldn’t be excited about sea turtles? One of my fondest vacation memories was snorkeling with a sea turtle last time I was on the Big Island. I’m excited to revisit my turtle friends at a semi-secret turtle beach that my family found. Sunbathing and snorkeling with sea turtles in their natural habitat is something only Hawaii can provide and it’s a magical experience.

4. Food and drinks. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Hawaii is flooded with fine dining establishments. Ranging everywhere from Marriott’s Ko’Olina Beach Club premier steak and seafood restaurant to Matsumoto’s Shave Ice, Oahu offers good food for any budget. On top of delicious dining, I plan to indulge in a few classic Hawaiian cocktails like the lovely Lava Flow while sitting on the beach.

HA-aloha5. Something adventurous. I’ve explored the Dole Plantation maze and eaten their homemade pineapple ice cream, I’ve sat through a traditional Hawaiian Luau at the beautiful Polynesian Cultural Center, I’ve swam with dolphins in a Hawaiian wildlife preserve and I’ve slept in a hut in the rainforest. However, there are so many other amazing Hawaiian adventures to be had. Perhaps I’ll go cliff jumping or take a helicopter tour or finally learn to surf. Whatever you can dream of doing, Hawaii makes it possible.

HA-resortIt’s clear to see, you can never go to Hawaii just once. Check out our great deals on Hawaiian timeshares and make it easy for you and your family to experience the wonders of paradise. With resorts in Oahu, Maui and Kauai, you’ll be able to find the perfect annual getaway. If it’s time to sell your Hawaii timeshare, we are happy to list it for FREE on our site. Contact one of our agents today and see what Hawaii has in store for you and check back in September for a blog about my trip!

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